Last year, I sat down with filmmaker Greg Hall to shoot the breeze on his career to date and his upcoming film, Communion.
Since then, I've been busy with Pale Horses and of course, Bootleg Film Festival. But I'm looking to set up another Bootleg Interview that will be featured not only here on this site, but also on Write Shoot Cut.
So, if you're a filmmaker with a story to tell, get in touch with me. Depending on where you are and our schedules, the conversation will either be in person or via a Google Hangout.
I'm keen to talk to those who have shot feature films primarily, but I'm open to talking to anyone with something to say.
If you want to be featured, drop me a line via the form below and let's strike up a conversation.
30 Apr 2013
5 Apr 2013
The ever irrepressible Neil Rolland invited me in to talk about Pale Horses on the Write Shoot Cut podcast, so of course, I said yes.
Check it out as I wax lyrical about the filmmaking process, the story and just why I had to get this film shot. And whilst you're there, be sure to check out everything that is happening on Write Shoot Cut.
2 Apr 2013
|I think it goes without saying that I like to stay busy. From the Bootleg Film Festival in Edinburgh last month, through to the completion of Pale Horses just the month before, 2013 has certainly been a hustle.|
But the best thing about working as a filmmaker and being part of the incredible team behind Bootleg is the way in which you get to inspire other filmmakers and be inspired by them.
Things are definitely on the rise for a whole slew of people I know, but in the meantime, it's down to the grind on Pale Horses and helping it get where it needs to go.
Keep keeping on.
12 Feb 2013
Life is still pretty crazy here in New York as I work furiously on Bootleg Film Festival and the edit for Pale Horses. I'll get the site and a write-up on the film straightened out soon, but in the meantime, I thought I might just link in all the photos from the shoot.